How To Transfer Music From Computer To iPhone

Instead of carrying a separate MP3 player to listen to music, it is definitely best for you to take the iPhone as a music player, so that you can carry your library of songs with you wherever you are. But if you don't sync music to your mobile phone or want to transfer songs to the iPhone from your computer. Follow the steps in this topic to see how simple it is to do this.

It is not easy to share music and songs if you are an iOS user. This is a problem that faces more than half of the users of iOS devices, and the reason for this is that Apple is very strict in the matter of sharing music specifically because a large part of the company's revenue comes from iTunes purchases such as movies, books, music.

Nevertheless, you can easily transfer songs to the iPhone from your computer using iTunes. In fact, this is even easier than transferring iPhone music to a computer as there is more than one way to do this. It will be reviewed in detail in this article.

Before we begin listing the steps, there are some tips and information you should know. First, make sure you have the latest version of iTunes installed on your computer before doing anything. The program usually checks for it automatically when it starts up but you can force the update by clicking on the Help menu and choosing Check for Updates. In the event that iTunes is not already installed on your computer, you can download the latest version from iTunes. Now, let's get started !!

Transfer Songs To iPhone From The Computer Automatically
If you have a lot of songs on the iTunes library on the computer, whether it is Windows or Mac, you can transfer songs to the iPhone from the computer via the automatic sync method, so any songs that will be added to the library will be transferred immediately to your library in Apple Music on the iPhone or iPad. To do that, all you need to do is connect your mobile to your computer - most likely with a USB port. Then run iTunes on the computer, and in the upper left of the program window, tap the iPhone icon.

In the iTunes window now showing your device, tap the Music tab in the left pane, then make sure that the music sync feature is enabled by placing a tick (✅) next to Sync Music. Now if you want to transfer the entire iTunes music library to iPhone, press Entire music library.

While if you prefer to choose only some songs from your iTunes library and transfer them to iPhone, you will need to select Selected playlists, artists, albums, and genres and then you can select playlists, artists, albums and other types of lists, scroll down and select the songs you want to sync only. Finally, to start automatically syncing music with your iPhone, press the Apply button to start the transfer process. Just let iTunes and your phone take their time for the transfer to complete successfully.

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